Facebook Hacker Tool
Facebook Hacker Tool is a server-sided PHP script that approaches bruteforced logins to obtain facebook passwords. Figure one shows it’s full user-interface on the official website. Brute-forcing is a term used to describe the process of systematically attempting all possibilities for a security key. See full article on Bruteforcing and types here. Consequentially, this will take a longer processing duration for long and complex passwords, but easy for short and non-complex passwords, such as names of animals and what not. The problem with such is that most of the guesses are unlikely, meaningless or even impossible to be used by users, such as non-meaningful combinations, e.g. ysjsjd, usdfnbs. Dictionary attacks are more effective and useful. Statistically, more users use meaningful words as security keys. For users, this is for ease of remembering, but this is a hole for hackers.
Features of Facebook Hacker
Our tool is built with a password dictionary database of 1,528,592,237 words and common passwords. Our tool excessively empowers your network card to send a systematic request for logins. Systematic suggests a non-suspicious way of delivering a million requests. This is performed by using non-repetitive non-public proxies distributively targeted over different time-periods, over different modules of requests and platforms. Our servers are optimized for intelligent guesses which are based on varied responses from facebook’s login module. No excessive processing power is needed from the user’s side, except of course, networking density and parallel packet tunneling — a decent network router and minimal LAN traffic stress might come in handy! It all looks so easy when it is simplified into one button – optimized, integrated, intelligent – the perfect tool for hackers and newbies!